Thunderbolt

Thunderbolt
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bolu

This has to be about the 4th time i'm seeing this film and its still so good. it deals with the clash of ethnicity(ideals, prejudice, &stereotypes)+patriarchal ideals and values that allows men to be lazy in relationships+ examining the idea of "traditional" vs "modern," questioning the ...Read more

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The only reason I don't give it 1 star is because I enjoyed the first half quite a bit. But after that it just got really weird, in a bad way. Whatever message it was they were trying to get across about science vs. tradition, it just isn't worth this movie. I would recommend against ...Read more

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